‘Behind Australian Doors’ is a movement to improve the lives of the many asylum seekers currently being detained in Indonesia.  This movement was born through a 4-week trip to Indonesia, during which we met, interviewed, filmed and shared the stories of more than 250 asylum seekers, including many, many children.

This movement will take many forms.  Watch this space for a comprehensive report of findings, a short film teaser about what we saw, and hints about how you can assist us to get a feature-length documentary film made about this issue.

First, we want to give the government a chance to respond to our report.  So we’re going to go easy for a couple of months.  Then, if nothing positive happens, you will see a campaign building and gathering momentum.


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